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King Charles seen for the first time since Harry and Meghan trailer as he attends church service

King Charles is seen for the first time since Harry and Meghan’s Netflix trailer as he attends church service at Sandringham.

  • The King has been seen for the first time since Harry and Meghan’s Netflix trailer
  • Charles was seen walking to the church on the Royal Sandringham estate, Norfolk
  • He was cheered by a member of the public who was shouting ‘God save the king’ outside

King Charles has been seen for the first time in public since the Netflix trailer of Harry and Meghan was released while attending a church service today.

The monarch looked thoughtful and stern as he walked to the church on the Royal Sandringham estate in Norfolk, accompanied by a friend.

The King, who was wearing a long brown coat and elegant brown shoes, walked to the church of Santa Maria Magdalena for the 11 a.m. service.

He was greeted outside the church by the Rev. Canon Paul Williams and they shook hands before Charles entered.

As he left, Charles was cheered on by a member of the public shouting ‘God save the king’ and he smiled and waved.

King Charles was accompanied by a friend as he walked to the Sunday morning church service at the Sandringham estate.

The Monarch Smiled And Waved As A Member Of The Public Yelled 'God Save The King'.

The monarch smiled and waved as a member of the public yelled ‘God save the king’.

It Comes Days After Netflix Released The Trailer For 'Harry & Meghan', The Revealing Show About The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex.

It comes days after Netflix released the trailer for ‘Harry & Meghan’, the revealing show about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Charles has kept a low profile since a trailer for the Netflix documentary of Prince Harry and Meghan was released on Thursday.

The six-part series is expected to provide a glimpse into their high-profile relationship and their real-life account.

The minute-long trailer shows a series of never-before-seen photos of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, including one of Meghan in tears.

There was also a real race fight this week over comments made to a black guest at Buckingham Palace.

Charles Smiled As He Shook Hands With The Rev. Canon Paul Williams Outside St Mary Magdalene Church Today.

Charles smiled as he shook hands with the Rev. Canon Paul Williams outside St Mary Magdalene Church today.

The King Was Cheered By The Well Wishes Of The Public As He Walked To The Church Today.

The King was cheered by the well wishes of the public as he walked to the church today.

Prince William’s godmother, Lady Susan Hussey, stepped down from her honorary duties to the royal family on Wednesday after Ngozi Fulani, founder of the charity Sistah Space, described how she had been repeatedly asked where she ‘really’ came from at a reception at Buckingham Palace.

Charles is believed to have traveled to Sandringham on Thursday, accompanied by the queen consort, Camilla, who was not seen in church today. It is not known how long they will stay on his farm.

The Monarch is expected to follow in the Queen’s footsteps by spending Christmas at the estate this year with other members of the royal family.

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